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3.2. >> darya: right now live on the phone we have vice mayor from american canyon. >> darya: you live in american canion did you feel those to earthquakes this morning . >> mark: how the city of american can in dealing with the cleanup so far. >>:-that we're doing very well we have a number of inspections for a number a palms.
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>>: our first responders were immediately out serving the city. >> darya: what you think about what napa is going right now? >>: it's devastating but my parents live in napa and his lawyer to be a long clean-up l.i. rebury in najaf america.
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>> mark: you finally get to come down a bit and then you're woken up by aftershocks did dust work order nerves a little >> darya:kron four's jackie sissel joins us live there this morning, jackie? >> reporter: at the foot any of the aftershocks. only one of six different people drop the ones that 3.9 and had a chance to speak with some people in this it's a debate. as probably saw a
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face at half the people in the building said yes and have >> reporter: we just added 3.9 aftershock. >>: yes are not dead fill it on my way to work this morning. and yes there is a lot of fencing out now because they're trying to protect people from being harmed by any more falling objects. >> reporter: would you do after these aftershocks?
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>>: now with his walking around inspecting. >> reporter: that looks to be leaning significantly more than it was just last night a master of the of the aftershock or not. for the asking me to move for the kickstart sweeping this area. >> reporter: now that we're having these aftershocks we gonna get push back some and then going to move us
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because they don't want anyone to walk around that they're going to push his back for about zero blocks and a negative start sweeping the streets. in the not going to necessarily calling the rubble with the august sweep the streets. >> reporter: multiple aftershocks 01 up 3.9. >> darya: 11 biggest role of big crane out there and that that thing off. >> reporter: bell want to just go and to knocking things off of buildings that
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building can affect the structure of another one. some of these are historic buildings but can this go and inspect the demo and. >> reporter: i don't know what it's made us what if you napa that down with they don't want to do that. they wanted that-is and cross cross alberti's. and they like to make sure the building as i compromised the integrity lost.
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>> mark: widespread rattling nerves were felt around the area. and the strongest aftershock yet. and then about 30 minutes ago there was a 3.0 that was widely felt. and people are still in the cleanup in recovery mode. >> darya: cassini is from american canyon. >>: i just felt the one at
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530 hour was in bed and that's what was sitting out under covers for. >>: i was kind of anticipating the is happening so i didn't sleep well last night. the guy next door had a mobile home that's held up and get a few of those fall over. >>: the condemned her place
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>> mark >> darya: a lot of people felt the 3.9. and then after that there was at a 3.2 that shook the area. in everybody's ultrasensitive and on guard after the 6.0 quake. >> darya: we also mentioned a face book were faced book
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was helping. >> mark: yes it's called the missing pets of the napa up quick. we have another friend who was cat disappeared and did not come back until the next day. and there's one pulse of a cat that turned up in the shelter. if your pets missing ship problem goalpost on their. and with
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the kids it's been tough to explain to the children. >> darya: it's hard to know what area to go to close to kids and school today send 3.9 were sold all over the bay area. >> james: even out by half moon bay. this is a live look outside right now. it just looks like a beautiful start to a tuesday. but
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after remind us of. but this is what we will respect for the weather. mostly sunny and pleasant afternoon. temperatures are still getting up into the '90s towards this weekend. in fact it will debut flopped for the beaches. >> james: the bradys and the delta 81 and san jose and most of the south bay area will be in medicare '70s
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when global '80s and loewen. >> george: trucking its cat's-paw and for the second day in has been troubled south bonds. and managed for over an hour to block plans. and now starting to affect the westbound 580 record. and that's from the 580 rand, from the optima path. definitely the slowest traffic in the bay area this
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morning. >> george: in the bay bridge where backed up solidly on the eastbound lanes. at the san mateo bridge traffic it slower and slower at the volume increases. but getting into marin the back of now flowing at the trump plaza. >> reporter: people all over the area are feeling the aftershocks this morning. they're very quick to reject this morning. another person
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>> mark: the strongest aftershock yet. a widespread no reports of any
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major damage bennett certainly woke up the number of people. i knew crown for mobile application has of the latest. in a lot of face book commons. distress' slipped three. nice. >> darya: napa were you when we cut and another day without school. and this 18,000 students without school today. the cleanup of the structural analysis is continuing. but cafeteria
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has cracks on the floor. >> darya: they're hoping been that is just cosmetic. >>: at top of the worst and it wasn't that bad. it's really sad to see so many pieces and see what people have donated to we actually spoke live this morning with a woman. >> darya: patients and a lot
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continued fall the act fact that it was the strongest warning yet. we were really surprised. >> darya: the first one will keep you up on a song at 530. necessary on saving
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on coffee this morning and i don't need it. >>: back up again. >>: and actually worked at a school in napa and amass sure when we're going back. and this is california's version of a snow day
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>> darya: we will see after you go back to work with your home all cleaned up. >>: we were unlucky enough not 70 structural damage. >> mark: there's the restaurant car baby.
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>> reporter: 3 no no i did marked by didn't feel a single link. until after the act shocked. as it rattled in and it to 37. i can tell you that the one big thing else told this morning is that pyramid shape that that has shifted significantly over night. they said what
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they to bring in some people and that's the first family was to them calling the not going to touch the building this still need to have inspectors to approve and check it out. everybody on the streets are talking about the big aftershock. >>: i was at home and aesthetic this a little bit. would yes we did timid. as
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you can see there's a lot of fencing up now so you will be harmed by falling debris. >> reporter: would leave the due after the earthquake. >> reporter: the other police officers inside the police station and he said at the people on the building folded in half the people did not.
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>> reporter: at all know if i'm standing on the core of something but everybody else in the bay area have felt something. now the concern this after the aftershocks continued what happens to these buildings. >> reporter: day and asking people to be extremely safe they've been asking for that the whole time. the bringing in heavy equipment to a basilican start moving this debris of the way.
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>> darya: a lot of people are trying to recover this morning. pskov and most of napa is open for business. >> darya: will see will see at this point. >> mark: this is the view from mt. tam looking over cloud covers. we're seeing
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nice setting conditions and parts of the day. >> james: it was still the public outcry at the coast. 69 of the coast but the point here is a sneak peek in those trenches all around the area. >> reporter: 0 comeback in 745 of the complete forecast. >> george: we are still tracking delays for 880 about spot this morning. and
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a new accident here on westbound 24. and that backs up the ride into walnut creek. highway 24 in south bay freeway slow this morning. solid traffic from highway 85. >> george: in the mid peninsula ride is all sorts of fun. the eight in the approach to the bay bridge.
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>> reporter: pads i still missing today bedews to being afraid of the earthquake. and i found a page today on pat's been found. people live posted on the group to please help find missing dog or cat. if you want to see these photos warm more the to our web site at kron 4 dot com. if you have not done so yet go ahead in the microchip your pet.
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>> mark: no more aftershocks since been thankfully. most seismologist it believes that hurt the chances of a greater earthquake has
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started to diminish. a lot of people calling in to explain what they felt this morning. >> james: at the height it was 70,000 when needed to be restored. so far no major structural damage has been founded any schools. >> darya: and the young boy
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has undergone surgery and he's gone from critical to serious. >>: a film star for you is an unfortunate and you don't deserve that. >> darya: he said at heart he's never got to sleep by fireplace again prepared. i think that was one of the
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big damage spots. >> darya: it's good that end this to whether it has not been arraigned what the weather's been happening. >> james: beautiful sunrays hitting the deck and other places you'll see sunbreaks this morning. temperatures are on the mall outside. 67 in san jose. depending where you are the same hat bumper
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50s or lower 60s. places like tracy or discovery bay up pushing. you may get into the upper 80s today. 864 area 86 from livermore. 730: 60 it in san francisco 79 for you and san miscast. >> mark: friday and
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saturday other best days to get out to the beaches that will be something that you once did out to do. bo >> george: let's start with the east bay. at about 32 minutes it makes it a tough ride. the court is going to ride. it's jamming up the committee on stop of 680. south about 680 his mast bumping. >> george: 680 south bounced
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solidly jammed up. the westbound arrived to cupertino from guadalupe parkway into a downtown as well as the one no one knows bomb rack. 101 the northbound heavy one of two heavy. but nearly a 40 minute time from nevada to the golden gate bridge. >> george: ito's we will likely see stopping the traffic. in the golden gate bridge were still problems
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then you see a street sweeper their he canossa see trucks getting ready. the size of 33 this morning and i personally did not sell it and that no bricks came down in this area. i fell to
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another and spoke to another gentleman about a half an hour ago. >>: in the aftermath of which fell on sunday it was like 01 versus the bataan. >> reporter: what is your biggest concerns? >>: we fix the bay bridge in two weeks sell have too many concerns.
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>> reporter: he's talking about the fact of these aftershocks can be issued for these buildings that have been compromised. obviously there brick buildings that have been reinforced over what to have the interview with him coming up shortly. but these
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aftershocks came one after another. >> mark: in the roof of their already looks like it's teetering more than it was yesterday. >> reporter: there was concern that that will happen that's what to put these fences they don't want people anywhere near it. there were media trucks parked all over the st. and even the workers of being very careful as a mechanic. >> reporter: they say that
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it is lending significantly more. this is a developing story and the more information agate out pass along. >> mark: seems the most damage we've had this morning as people nernst people.
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>> mark: in nearly a 4.0 earthquake. it was felt as
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far out as half moon bay. now the big ones this morning . >> james: temperatures look like best. 59 in san francisco and mix of the effort '50s the lower 60s. in the afternoon will be 60 by the bay. inland is 70 degree. about three in afternoon we have in the '80s for the delta. east bay
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we have bramwell it livermore all of the upper 80s. the top half of the bay. at 68 and san francisco opera '70s. will be headed in the direction of 90 degree weather wednesday thursday and friday. >> george: it's a nasty ride called on the bay area. from
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earlier accident. kazakhstan at alamo coming out of walnut creek. in the right here on 880 the this is a very rough commute. for the second day in the row it's the same pattern. the right here is still jammed up of the 101 and a change. in the
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north barite is really jammed across from the bottom of to the golden gate bridge. and the bridges haven't said much better the bay bridge is backed up. in the salmon tabrets the golden gate bridge. >> george: will take a quick break with continuing coverage of today's equity and the aftershock.
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>> darya: barry martin and as promised decidua do a briefing. >>: no we do not have an update we are still at 70. so that number continues.
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we noticed a see outremont whether of debris. in various locations. that is adding to the problem little bit once you remove all this material. >> mark: what's your plan as far as giving the downtown area back up and running again?
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>> georg >>: once we have that done with care reopen the extra streak's. >> darya: how long lead think it's going to take before you see these buildings that are dangling are addressed. >>: is very difficult to put a time line on that.
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obviously historic resources here we want of buildings to be saved so we're going to do with me to take place. >>: crews have worked through the night and they are addressing him what the issues or problems have been. and we weren't working earliest 5:00
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yesterday. >> darya: he doesn't have any updates there are still a 90 wire break spirit . >>: based on how many sites they need to inspect where still making preparations. >> mark: existed a lot of time for the structural engineers to inspect all the schools in napa.
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>> darya: with the new ad was he just said we have people dumping their stuff. which is making a bigger man superior. delta 329 and that rattled some nerves and this morning. >> reporter: they felt that shaking all across the bay
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when i come back and you could see how people are reuniting with their pets. >> darya: bolero was area hard hit by the earthquake. >> reporter: 4 austin there are a lot of memories in this church. >>: the justice see it going down this heartbreaking.
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on the left into the map. faugh we have to that were above the 30. 1645 another at 533 this morning. a 3.9. >> mark: in sonoma county we have in their old_seraph on the phone. >>: we had a couple of
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connate develops that have been affected. we have a couple of county buildings mainly 355 which was are helping services that were closed down yesterday. the first floor of those buildings are open. there was a lot of roof tiles that came down and we want to make sure that they're safe to occupy. >> mark: so are you working hand-in-hand with the office of services?
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>>: yes >> darya: ino on sunday everyone was flooding the phone lines how about today with the aftershocks? >>: we have had some calls but things are getting into the recovery mode. where cities and counties are looking to assessed the damage. >> mark: we have seen a lot of damage to people's homes.
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>> darya: this has become the picture of this earthquake. and this giant piece of it just hanging. >> reporter: i have to tell you that crudes are up from the city and they're ready to start cleaning up. but we return we have to move our newest vehicles it back. they have left this location presumably because of that cap. they felt it was unsafe to be worked in underneath. >>: the cap has shifted in a
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more precarious way. the big story in napa is the series of aftershocks we had a starting at 533 this morning. that was a 3.9 fall by three others and a smaller magnitude. they not only here in napa arab- american canyon and vallejo. >> reporter: they're going
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to have been meeting later on about everything concerning the acquit. >>: one of the immediate concerns is a threat to public safety. it can be damaged further for more debris homeowners said still be aware of risk.
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>> reporter: and buildings like this one or pieces are hanging off to the side and that is the concern out here right now. the streets are basically it deserted. the integrity of these buildings is being compromised more by these efforts after sex. -after sex. aftershock
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>>: fit we sent kron 4 will to american canyon. >> reporter: today's aftershock was senate and.
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>> reporter: we are showing you what's going on very slow on highway 29 will not believe there's any damage due to this morning's aftershock. other than people's nerves. >> mark: continuing coverage of the south and napa or earthquake. we have a slide show on our website.
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>> darya: this shaking continuing this morning was to significant aftershocks. at 530 this morning a 3.9 aftershock hit. in at 345 another one his a 3.5. >> mark: 70 buildings are red checked meaning they are on and habitable. as far as further disclosed they're
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able to inspect three quarters of the schools. they're going to continue the inspections today. which in school and close the schools in danville and american canyon. >> darya: clean-up continues in a number of wineries. in fact so much cabernets: young explained the ground. turn the darden read their. >> mark: >> mark: there's a concern that it will lead to higher wine prices.
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>>: the main building is a hundred 20 years old. >> reporter: at the winery it was about cleaning up this mess. millions of dollars of 2012 and 2013 vintages have gathered in every way pyrrhic as for the 2014 harvest season set not be affected to these growers who have a different strategy.
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>> reporter: ask that the day at several winery's and the one thing that hits you with the smell of the winery. but there are some of their that believes the loss of these aging agent wines have more to give.
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>> darya: is still all and it relation to the one quick it can be smaller faults in the vicinity. >> mark: so is the west napa fault bay 8 different section of your understanding something new about the fault line. we'll
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also fond of that it does turn out to the north in the north. >> reporter: there is no immediate predictions on what can happen. >> mark: when we talk what number to their big difference for 26.0 and a
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6.3 yes >> darya: the deficit to an fbi check its genetic 39 and up three. there is a chance for a five or larger. >> mark: does the intensity of those diminished as the further away from the quake?
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>> darya: this doesn't serve a purpose for the release does it? >> reporter: >> mark: their people in napa without water in their. and do with these aftershocks.
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>> darya: are mobile application has everything we talk about take that with you.
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>> darya: these are the latest pictures we have from the damage. they're cracks
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in walls as you can see >> mark: with taking your pictures and created more than 600 on the size still
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>> mark: aftershocks wicking
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people lot of this leaves this morning 8.9 the strongest one after sunday. >> darya: about three- quarters of the buildings damaged and in napa a total of 70 are red tag. which means they're not safe to go end. they're going to decide this afternoon and may be reopened schools tomorrow. of the power is back on for the customers who have meant lost it. and there's been at the water main breaks. a lot of them have been repaired with a lot of them still have work to do. >> mark: the biggest buildings damaged in downtown napa is the alexandria been and at third but third story is missing.
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>> reporter: in the morning talking about those rare tactic and see it on the wall. and he's the owner of the alexandria square building. and they're surveying the damage that was done to their building. at 320 in the morning you could see the major damage and the rooftop howard leans precariously over. >> reporter: as you conceive the owner is all contracts
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as he walks around looking at it. you can see all the bricks are lying around. and they're bricks are basically it cracked off an open. people came out on the streets and was looking. at a chance to speak with chief potter. >> reporter: he says he'd definitely felt the state. culls actually at home getting ready to come to
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court. >>: as you can see there's a lot of fixing up now to protect and the aftershocks can bring that down. >>: depending on the magnitude of the earthquake we were told about 6:00 this morning that the media would have to clear the streets. >>: they're still a lot of concern about the effect of
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this building has been compromised. that right there is a real concern. s. far as the owner you can see him right here he said no he was not ready to go on camera. >> reporter: and they want to keep people away from these buildings the concern is if anyone is here they want to maintain safety.
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>>: did you feel this morning's earthquake. >> reporter: dizzy phyllis phyllis picking of speed the same way it did on sunday? >>: know but were sensitive to it. >>: it could of been my imagination because of the stress.
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>> reporter: people we spoke to said nothing fallout covered or idle the shelves. benefit from being scared to even the more scared. >> james: home this morning is partly and closely cloudy. by this afternoon look for partly cloudy will be input '80s. tonight but
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the coastal clouds begin to build. but today and least the weather will be next in line to. here is where temperatures will be for the rest of the bay area. 86 for livermore downtown oakland 73. >> george: the southbound 6
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a year at into walnut creek. is there jammed up pretty badly. here on 680 southbound pushing now for the eighth minutes from 4585 to 237. some even had the north bay ride is even been jammed up. head south toward central sant referral. the 880 approach.
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>> mark: 8 3.9 aftershock of the strongest ones. and i lot of people described as a freight train sounds. it was strong enough to wake a lot of people up and rattle of lot of nerds.
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>> mark: bart trains were not
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running when they receive the lure it. crews are expecting britain joins to be repaired. the earthquake did a lot of surface cracking. on highway 29. >> reporter: his alleged it's all denudes weeks.
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>> darya: residents came together under a crisis and check on each other. >>: and did not know what was going on in the and everyone started coming up side is checking to see if everyone was ok . >> darya: no buildings in that court was correct tack.
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>> mark: they're trying to retrieve their roles from the inside. as a look for the grapes from the line. the getting rattled credit for bottling. >> darya: breaking news there is a fire burning on their islands. they are pouring water and this is the note t >> mark: you wonder if it's adequate related. and there
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was scrapped fire a few days ago and now were watching this this morning. >> darya: we will stay over in that can give you a live look and follow that as well. a big portion has been all about the earthquake. >> darya: and how is that affecting kids because there's another day of no school. the director says as long as school is not in session this is a place you can drop the children.
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>> mark: stay with kron 4 for the very latest on the aftershocks and all the damage.
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>> darya: that's 18,000
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eggs. what about school. what teachers and staff has been inside doing all the cleanup. school officials hope that the cracked across the floor is just cosmetic and not structural. >>: set at top of the worst in that wasn't as bad.
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>> darya: they will decide again today if they will make that announcement to make matters worse than set up a dump site and allow the bells are at school sites and they have a lot of places at school sites. >> darya: nicklaus did dylan is his name and he was nearly crushed to death. he's on the soccer chain in this friends and family are calling for all.
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>>: we're great were very grateful that it wasn't as bad. >> darya: he says he never will sleep next to a far place again. >> mark: it's the dow is now back up seven points. and it's back above the 2000 mark. right now the s and p's sitting at 2003.
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>> darya: 2 significant aftershocks took place this morning while we were on the air. 3.9 this aftershock this morning 533 and 3.0 at 615. >> reporter: 4 often this church holds all lot of memories.
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>>: just to see it going down is heartbreaking. maybe we would of lost the structure will would not have lost the church itself. >>: had this happened 24 hours earlier we would of been in trouble. >>: it's really scary behalf. >> mark: yesterday building
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inspectors route to inspect the damage. on sunday 33 buildings were read attacked bucks and now they're 70. in a hundred of buildings are yellow tag. business owners says they are hoping they can clean up. >>: once we get that fixed we should be open for business. >> mark: as of right now
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city says that 75 percent of the buildings are checked. >> darya: elizabeth cameron was afraid she lost everything. >>: i think it is amazing after a short moment of time how this is behind us. >> mark: we are learning about the overpass. >> george: the chp is now
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issuing a special traffic advisory. they are shutting down the large bridge that crosses were 12th in 0121 and the. in where highway to 21 cuts off. so for those who drive it you know it better as the big bridge. they tell me that this is done not likely. in addition to closing down one of the southbound lanes they're going to enforce a reduce speed limit. they
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want speech reduced to 25 mi. per hour. >> george: this is the first fallout court of any road damage and the result of the quake. it was here the old soap sonoma wrote was reopened. and the southbound lane is closed for an emergency inspection. there are problems west 24 and its
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still jammed down by snow. in iraq in the south bay is even considered that 101 is still slow. drive * after nearly 40 minutes going to the golden gate bridge. >> george: the golden gate bridge rise lanes are clear with the volume is picking up.
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>> darya >> mark: you can see where people reported filling that earthquake. but this morning's after shaq the strong as we'd syncope. >> james: magnitude three to five is what we saw this morning and then the chance of more diminishes each day .
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>> james: a lot sunshine coming on. we're looking at a nice afternoon but in the upper 80s those in the highest reach the low 90s. though enjoy the beaches if you can. a pretty good- looking forecast.
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of activity out here today other than the shaking of the ground. we have not seen any more significant damage out of alexandria buildings. but we have seen a lot of activity. it's on safe to work. and that has shifted and and just the last 15 minutes of the mayor of napa, is said to learned
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lessons s san francisco have learned in 1969. >> reporter: they want to learn from what ever happened here. >>: san francisco and napa have a lot to do with each other and we're all connected to our respective economies have been said that i want to express my help. i have my city
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manager and my director here to kind of learn from what we can and be of assistance. >> reporter: and he still on that to run the streets here in napa. engineers and city officials are still going back through those buildings. especially after the six. up. but they will woken up by that 6.9 and followed by three other smaller aftershocks. i can
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also take a lot of the streets still remain closed. >> reporter: still lots of black streets trying to keep people aware due to the integrity of the buildings. >> mark: we continue our coverage on line at kron 4 that count. and are free coverage on line at kron 4 that coulatte or au lait? cozy or cool? exactly the way you want it... until boom, it's bedtime! your mattress is a battleground of thwarted desire. enter the sleep number bed. right now, all beds are on sale. he's the softy. his sleep number setting is 35. you're the rock, at 60. and snoring? sleep number's even got an adjustment for that. you can only find sleep number at a sleep number store. the time is now for the biggest sale of the year. all beds on sale! with 50% off the labor day limited edition bed. know better sleep with sleep number.
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>> george: track and the incident as the chp and caltrans has just been given orders that on high with 29 is right between the two intersections of highway 12
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and 121 interchange. here is look from google earth. it is here at the north end of the rich that one of them have been closed out for emergency. they want to reduce speed to 25 m.p.h.. and they said this is to inspect the possibility from the aftershock or the earthquake. >> darya: the experts say the ground hasn't necessarily stopped moving
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and it will not stop for some time to come. the 39 or 30 and there could be more. we've been quoting you on the 14% the louis see another aftershock. but there is a chance. >> mark: do they come in clusters or are there no telling when they will call ? >>: they do cluster around the phone itself. we can't
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quite rule that out. >>: and now with each quake the 6.0 and the aftershock you actually learn more exactly helpful and where. >>: yes truthfully it is it's a huge and site. >> mark: how many small faults around the area are there that are capable of these types of brickworks?
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>>: their number >> mark: and the exact number of those we do not know. >> mark: it was interesting to see how they got to turn second notification. and as your committee hopeful that this will be available to the public someday. >>: yes we're very excited about the system and will see that as this huge success. >> mark: with this provides you information with the map in the area or earthquake predictions?
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>>: yes formating but were not in the prediction business. >> darya: when you saw the damage and the strength were you surprised with this more of what to expect it or less for which you would expect from a six. bell. >>: the damage draw napa latest extensors was not unreasonable. parker >> darya: 952 back with more
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